Economies of scale are the holy grail in business. This prize is the “raison d’être” of many merger, acquisition, and automation projects. Increases in productivity, decreases in cost, or both will be realized if economies of scale are achieved. With the constant changes in technology over the last several decades and the exponential growth in
For the last several weeks, we’ve been discussing the four types of automation. First, we outlined the different types and how zipping together provisioning and configuration automation make them more effective. This week we’ll dive deep into monitoring data automation. This type of automation is the most essential element for building successful long-term systems. However,
Pair of recent posts from TFiR discuss how RackN is changing the game with infrastructure automation. On Digital Rebar v4.6: RackN has announced the release of RackN Digital Rebar v4.6, which introduces a load of new features including continuous provisioning automation with self-contained high availability and multi-platform universal workflow. On Bare Metal IaC: With the
No one wants to be a time waster. It’s easy to think that IT Ops tends to focus on perceived time waster tasks. These are the tedious tasks like getting things working, keeping systems up, and solving mundane problems that keep business moving. Although you may consider such tasks to be time wasters, sometimes they
Your infrastructure should be easy to manage, and outsourcing control to somebody else doesn’t have to be a foregone conclusion. We built RackN Digital Rebar to break the infrastructure as code barrier. Digital Rebar is infrastructure management software that provides distributed infrastructure as code (IaC) management for on-premises, edge, and cloud environments. How does it
Gartner recently named RackN a “2020 Cool Vendor in Cloud Computing.” It’s a coveted designation, and we are honored, but cool?
Paul Delory lays out a comprehensive view of all the components in the flow required to deliver applications into production.
We’ve been making the most basic aspects of infrastructure too complex and hard to automate. Companies can address security by building secure automation processes from the ground up.